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in monterey and started breastfeeding publicly. a texas mom was hassled by target employees for nursing her baby while christmas shopping. >> i think that we wanted to mount support for the mom in texas for how she was treated. raise awareness of breastfeeding in general. try and get people more comfortable with seeing it done in public. >> target's company policy says mothers are welcome to breast-feed in public areas without being made to feel uncomfortable. >>> they're back. one month after being uprooted by police from frank ogawa plaza, occupy oakland has set up camp again in west oakland. there are more than a dozen tents occupying the area dubbed the cypress triangle. >> persistent enough. we have something worth saying, and say it well. then you need a place to do that. >> the group will be meeting tonight to discuss plans on taking over a vacant building as occupy oakland headquarters. no word how mayor ckwan plans t tackle this one. >>> one sports stadium's plans is flying under the raid yaur. the san francisco earthquakes, the bay area's professional soccer team, could get a gree
's chemotherapy failed, they took maria to a doctor in texas. >> when we came back from texas, the swelling was gone and the cough was reduced to a couple coughs in the morning. then $3,500 for labs. >> reporter: but treatment is $10,000 a month. now, with anonymous gift, maria says she has a chance to fight the disease. >> with this treatment, i have a lot of hope that i will get better. i will get better. so every day is a struggle, but i'm fighting every day. >> she is a freigighter. in total, the family has received more than $16,000 in donations flts we contacted kaiser, they did not return our calls in time for the broadcast. >> that is a great story. thank you. >>> pg&e feeling the heat for cutting the power. why families trying to make a point about smart meters were left in the dark. >>> plus, welcoming back our troops. the president honors hundreds of soldiers now home for the holidays. >>> i'm scott budman. after the break are, why you don't have to search too far to find the best places to work. >>> and ranieri. a cool, crisp and sunny day outside across the bay area. right now
decided to return it. las vegas airport eventually found the winner, a man from el paso, texas, who needless to say was in shock and couldn't believe it. gilbert says he wanted to return the money to show his kids the right thing to do. >> that was a nice move. >>> still ahead at 5:00, santa sets a new world record. >>> it is boxing day in commonwealth countries and just like black friday in the u.s., boxing day is a huge shopping day in the united kingdom and australia. this was the scene in a london shopping center. people line up for hours and rush into the center hoping to cash in on today's holiday sales. >>> santa claus set a new world record this weekend as he raced around the globe on his christmas mission. >> santa tracking errors at peterson air force base in colorado received more than 100,000 phone calls from children asking where santa was. that breaks the previous record of 80,000 calls. the north american aerospace defense command, norad, has been telling children of santa's whereabouts forfy years now. norad received nearly 1 million likes on his facebook page and ha
the peace activist known for occupying outside former president george w. bush's texas ranch in 2005 after her son was killed in combat during the iraq war. >> we start to really work locally to make our families and neighborhoods stronger i think that will take money and power from the 1%. >> open carry advocates were also at today's protest with long guns and live ammunition to protest california's open carry ban. now after the rally protesters took to the streets to march against war. demonstrators say they hope today's events will get more residents of the city to support the ongoing occupy movement. still to come a southern california couple is feeling the christmas spirit. we will show you why they are trying to be regifrs this holiday season. hi >>> a dangerous stunt gone wrong prompted a kplunt mecommunity m this afternoon in alameda county. authorities gathered at the alameda office of emergency services to discuss concern over last week's cannon ball being shot into a neighborhood. the 30-pound cannon ball went drastically off course damaging two homes and a parked car. no one wa
, too. he asks her not to cry. >> reporter: this young soldier from texas grew up homeless. >> i still don't have a police to call home. >> it is horrifying in a nation as wealthy as ours that nearly 1 million children and youth experience homelessness. >> this is a national embarrassment. >> reporter: democrats say they want to cut through the red tape and help give homeless kids a chance. >> from my perch, i am convinced that we are not doing enough. >> reporter: and while lawmakers in washington are offering help, for the youngest victims of homelessness, it can't come soon enough. >> that was brian mooar reporting. the house is working on a bill that would literally redefine what it means to be homeless to make sure children don't fall through the cracks. >>> former giants slugger barry bonds likely not to serve any jail time but he is expected to be sentenced tomorrow. the feds are asking for 15 months in jail for bonds. his defense team is asking for probation. experts are predicting a judge will give bonds home detention tomorrow. bonds, as you may remember, was convicted of obs
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